Trivium Reschedule Fall Tour Due To Covid Restrictions


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Trivium have announced that they have decided to postpone their upcoming UK and European headline tour until early 2023 due to the uncertainty that still remains over Covid-19 restrictions.

Paolo Gregoletto had this to say, “We are deeply disappointed that we have to postpone these dates as we were determined to be one of the first international acts to resume touring across Europe.

“Unfortunately, with the uncertainty of cross border travel and restrictions it’s become impossible for these dates to proceed as planned. We can assure you we were doing everything up until the last minute to figure out a way to do the shows and it wasn’t a decision we made lightly.

“We appreciate this is a way off, but we promise to make it worth the wait and we have two new albums worth of material we haven’t toured yet to bring to you. We can’t wait to return and hope to see all of you at the rescheduled dates!”

The full details for the UK leg have been announced, see them below:

01/12/23 Glasgow, UK – O2 Academy
01/13/23 Birmingham, UK – O2 Academy
01/14/23 Manchester, UK – O2 Victoria Warehouse
01/15/23 London, UK – O2 Academy Brixton

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Slash Announces North American Headline Tour


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Slash Ft. Myles Kennedy And The Conspirator have announced early 2021 North American headline tour that they will be launching to promote their forthcoming album “4”.

The band will be releasing the new record on February 11th and the supporting tour is scheduled to kick off on February 8th in Portland, OR at the Roseland Theater.

The trek will run until March 26th, where it is set to wrap up at the Hard Rock Live in Orlando, FL. Tickets will go on sale to the general public at 10:00AM local time on Friday, October 29 at Slashonline.com. See the dates below:

02/08 Roseland Theater Portland, OR
02/09 – Paramount Theatre Seattle, WA
02/11 – Cache Creek Casino Resort Brooks, CA
02/12 – The Warfield San Francisco, CA
02/15 – Arizona Federal Theatre Phoenix, AZ
02/16 – Harrah’s Resort Southern CA Valley Center CA
02/18 – YouTube Theater Los Angeles, CA
02/19 – Theater at Virgin Hotels Las Vegas, NV
02/22 – Delta Hall Eccles Theater Salt Lake City, UT
02/23 – Paramount Theatre Denver, CO
02/25 – Arvest Bank Theatre The Midland Kansas City, MO
02/26 – Mystic Lake Casino Mystic Showroom Prior Lake, MN
02/28 – Riverside Theater Milwaukee, WI
03/02 – Riviera Theatre Chicago, IL
03/04 – The Colosseum at Caesars Windsor, CAN
03/05 – The Vine at Del Lago Waterloo, NY
03/07 – House of Blues Boston, MA
03/09 – The Fillmore Silver Springs, MD
03/11 – Tropicana Atlantic City, NJ
03/12 – Beacon Theatre New York, NY
03/14 – Dominion Energy Center Richmond, VA
03/16 – Grand Ole Opry Nashville, TN
03/18 – Coca Cola Roxy Atlanta, GA
03/19 – Durham Performing Arts Center Durham, NC
03/21 – The Fillmore Charlotte, NC
03/23 – North Charleston Performing Arts Center, SC
03/25 – Ruth Eckerd Hall Clearwater, FL
03/26 – Hard Rock Live Orlando, FL

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ABBA Share New Single ‘Just A Notion’


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ABBA have released their brand new single “Just A Notion”. The song is the third single the legendary group has revealed from their forthcoming album, “Voyage”, which will arrive on November 5th.

Bjorn Ulvaeus had this to say about the new track, “Wikipedia says this track was recorded in September 1978, which sounds about right. That puts it in between ABBA the Album and Voulez-Vous, and it would have been included in the latter had we not decided against it. Why did we decide against it? In hindsight, I don’t have a clue. It’s a good song with great vocals. I know that we played it to a publisher in France and a couple of other people we trusted and as far as I can remember they liked it very much. So it’s a mystery and will remain a mystery.

“Now Benny has recorded a new backing track to which we’ve added drums and guitars, but all vocals are from the original 1978 tracks. In a way, it demonstrates what we plan to do with ABBA Voyage in 2022. There, we will have a live band playing, but all vocals will be from the old recordings.

“‘Just a Notion’ is a ridiculously happy song and hopefully it will cheer you up in these dark times!” Check it out below:

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Gov’t Mule Cover Tom Waits’ ‘Make It Rain’


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Gov’t Mule have shared their rendition of the Tom Waits’ classic “Make It Rain”. The song is the latest track from the band’s forthcoming album “Heavy Loud Blues”, which will arrive on November 12th.

Warren Haynes had this to say, “When recording the album, I had brought in this old Fender spring reverb unit that I wanted to use on my guitar sound. They can be pretty finicky. If the stage isn’t solid, or somebody’s jumping up and down, it reacts by making this crazy reverb vibration that comes through the amp.

“I had intentionally set it up on the studio floor to make it kind of shockproof, but what we didn’t allow for was some radio frequencies that randomly interfered and set it off.

“So, it started making these weird sounds that sounded like thunder. We were in the middle of what turned out to be the best take of ‘Make It Rain’ and it began doing that throughout the whole thing.

“As it turned out, it happened in these key spots in the song. When we were finished and listened to it with engineer and co-producer John Paterno, we decided to use it. It actually sounded like we planned it that way!” Stream the song below:

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Nightwish Forced To Postpone Some Tour Dates Due To Covid Restrictions


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Nightwish have announced that they have been forced to postpone some of their Human. :II: Nature. European Tour dates until next year and have revealed the 2021 dates that are still set to take place.

The band had this to say, “Dearest fans, we are happy to confirm the following European concert dates for 2021. These are the only shows for 2021. Due to various Covid restrictions, we have had to postpone the rest of the European tour dates to 2022 and we will announce the new dates as soon as possible. Hold on to your tickets!

“We would also like to kindly remind you that proof of vaccination and/or recovery will be required to enter these shows. We heartily thank you for your patience in these peculiar times and hope to see as many of you as possible very soon! Nightwish” See the confirmed 2021 dates below:

14.11. OSLO, SPEKTRUM NO
22.11. AMSTERDAM, ZIGGO DOME NL (sold out)
23.11. AMSTERDAM, ZIGGO DOME NL (sold out)
30.11. BUDAPEST, BUDAPEST SPORTARENA HU
10.12. ANTWERP, LOTTO ARENA BE
13.12. LONDON, SSE ARENA WEMBLEY UK
19.12. VIENNA, STADTHALLE AT
20.12. PRAGUE, O2 ARENA CZ
29.12. TAMPERE, UROS AREENA FI
30.12. HELSINKI, ICE HALL FI

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